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View the work of two of our talented artist members: Jeanne McCutcheon and Linda Shoults.
Shoults is an Indiana native, who grew up drawing and was rarely without crayons and paper. After painting lessons at age 12, she had found her passion. Family support of the arts provided her opportunities to visit museums and galleries which opened her eyes to how paintings could communicate through the expression of beauty. In 2009 she opened a storefront studio and gallery in Alta Vista, Kansas where she began giving painting lessons and workshops. In 2014, she and her partner moved back to Indiana, and she is now painting full time. Her work can be found in many public and private collections.
McCutcheon loved all things artistic for as long as she can remember. As a young child she copied greeting cards using watercolor, and later took a few design classes in college, ending with a degree in photojournalism. She worked mostly in the production-end of the print industry but eventually worked at the Corydon Democrat as a writer before heading off to nursing school. Jeanne retired after 27 years as an RN at Baptist Health Floyd, and now devotes most of her time to painting, and a little travel. Mostly self-taught, Jeanne paints almost exclusively with a palette knife. “I love thick paint to layer, texture and sculpt on my canvas. I consider my current painting style as impressionistic realism.”
Please join us for the opening reception on June 11 from 5–7pm at the Artisan Center.
Sublime Paint will be on view from June 11 through August 14.
The Artisan Center in downtown Corydon is a non profit gallery space provided to area artists in order to exhibit, promote and nurture the Arts.